AASV Foundation Announces Student Scholarships

The American Association of Swine Veterinarians Foundation awarded scholarships totaling $25,000 to 15 veterinary students.

Wednesday 24 April 2019 (2 months 26 days ago)
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Recipient of the $5000 scholarship for Best Student Presenter during AASV’s Student Seminar: Kimberlee Baker, Iowa State University. Pictured with Kimberlee is Dr Lucina Galina (left) of Zoetis, sponsor of the Student Seminar and Best Student Presenter Award.
Recipient of the $5000 scholarship for Best Student Presenter during AASV’s Student Seminar: Kimberlee Baker, Iowa State University. Pictured with Kimberlee is Dr Lucina Galina (left) of Zoetis, sponsor of the Student Seminar and Best Student Presenter Award.

Kimberlee Baker, Iowa State University, received the $5000 scholarship for top student presentation. Her presentation was titled “Detecting porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) via polymerase chain reaction (PCR) by pooling pen-based oral fluid samples.” Zoetis provided the financial support for the Top Student Presenter Award.

Additional scholarships totaling $20,000 were funded by Elanco Animal Health.

Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $2500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Erin Kettelkamp, University of Illinois; Marjorie Schleper, University of Minnesota; Enise DeCaluwe-Tulk, University of Guelph; and Sam Baker, Iowa State University
Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $2500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Erin Kettelkamp, University of Illinois; Marjorie Schleper, University of Minnesota; Enise DeCaluwe-Tulk, University of Guelph; and Sam Baker, Iowa State University

Four veterinary student presenters received $2,500 scholarships: Sam Baker, Iowa State University; Enise DeCaluwe-Tulk, University of Guelph; Erin Kettelkamp, University of Illinois; and Marjorie Schleper, University of Minnesota.

Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $1500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Anne Szczotka, Iowa State University; Brandi Burton, University of Illinois; Abby Vennekotter, University of Illinois; Kayla Castevens, North Carolina State University. Not pictured: Daniel Brown, University of Illinois.
Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $1500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Anne Szczotka, Iowa State University; Brandi Burton, University of Illinois; Abby Vennekotter, University of Illinois; Kayla Castevens, North Carolina State University. Not pictured: Daniel Brown, University of Illinois.

Five veterinary student presenters received $1,500 scholarships: Daniel Brown, University of Illinois; Brandi Burton, University of Illinois; Kayla Castevens, North Carolina State University; Anne Szczotka, Iowa State University; and Abby Vennekotter, University of Illinois.

Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Sophia Leone, Colorado State University; Joshua Hewitt, Iowa State University; Matthew Herber, University of Pennsylvania. Not pictured: Matt Finch, Iowa State University; Katelyn Rieland, University of Minnesota.
Dr Doug Sullivan (far right) presented scholarships sponsored by Elanco Animal Health. Recipients of the $500 AASV Foundation scholarships were (from left): Sophia Leone, Colorado State University; Joshua Hewitt, Iowa State University; Matthew Herber, University of Pennsylvania. Not pictured: Matt Finch, Iowa State University; Katelyn Rieland, University of Minnesota.

Those student presenters receiving $500 scholarships were: Matt Finch, Iowa State University; Matthew Herber, University of Pennsylvania; Joshua Hewitt, Iowa State University; Sophia Leone, Colorado State University; and Katelyn Rieland, University of Minnesota

Forty-four veterinary students from 14 universities submitted abstracts for consideration. From those submissions, 15 students were selected to present during the annual meeting. Zoetis, sponsor of the Student Seminar, provided a $750 travel stipend to each student selected to participate.

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